I thought this site was entirely cleared out by now, and of course I could just redirect it, but it has good search engine placement and I don’t want to disrespect that as an asset. The real site is timberry.com. That is if you were looking for me and my main business site.
Please click here to go to the correct site.
On the other hand, this site is mainly about switching you over to my blogs. For that, thanks for asking, I have several links. First, Planning Startups Stories, my main blog:
Second, my my blogging site at blog.timberry.com that uses Rebelmouse to collect all of my recent blog posts from eight or so blogs I post to. That has links to my posts on Up and Running, Huffington Post, Amex OPEN, gust.com, the SBA community site, Entrepreneur.com, and others.
My latest book The Plan-As-You-Go Business Plan, is about planning, not just the plan; and planning is metrics, accountability, and management. As former president and military strategist Dwight D. Eisenhower once said, “the plan is useless; but planning is essential.”
And you might be here searching for Palo Alto Software, the world’s leading business plan software publisher, which I founded. Or bplans.com, the world’s best site for free business planning and startup information, which I also founded. Or my newest site, freethenumbers.com an apology for spreadsheets that I like to call an un-spreadsheet. Or perhaps my new work in social media, including Eugene Social at eugene-social.com and Social Media Business Plans at smbplans.com. Or the Silicon Valley Startup Academy, another new venture I’m involved in.